EMB (eosin-methylene blue) agar is commonly used to detect the presence of A. gram positive coliform bacteria B. non-coliform bacteria C. gram...
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EMB (eosin-methylene blue) agar is commonly used to detect the presence of A. gram positive coliform bacteria

B. non-coliform bacteria


C. gram positive bacteria


D. gram negative coliform bacteria

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